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OHM2013. Observe, Hack, Make. A five day outdoor international camping festival for hackers and makers, and those with an inquisitive mind. On 31st July 2013, 3000 of those minds descended upon on an unassuming patch of land, at the Geestmerambacht festival grounds, 30km north of Amsterdam.

It is a four year tradition in The Netherlands to hold such an event. In the spirit of WTH, HIP and HAR the latest edition, OHM2013, is a non-commercial community run event. The event happens thanks to the volunteers, all 3000 of them. They run the network, help people around the site, give talks, hold workshops and be excellent to one another.

The target audience includes free-thinkers, philosophers, activists, geeks, scientists, artists, creative minds and a whole bunch of people interested in lots of interesting stuff.

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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, raid
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Screening of cult film " Breaking the Taboo " - a documentary uncovering the failure of the UN sanctioned war on drugs followed by Q&A with Countess Amanda Fielding of the Beckley Foundation , Annie Machon of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), and John Gilmore The War on Drugs has failed. After 50 years of prohibition, illicit drugs are now the third most valuable industry in the world after food and oil, all in the control of criminals. Drugs are cheaper and more...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Amanda Fielding, Annie Machon, John Gilmore, screening, beckley foundation, LEAP,...
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SIM cards are among the most widely-deployed computing platforms with over 7 billion cards in active use, but little is known about their security beyond manufacturer claims. Besides SIM cards main purpose of identifying subscribers, most of them provide programmable Java runtimes. Based on this flexibility, SIM cards are poised to become an easily extensible trust anchor for otherwise untrusted smartphones, embedded devices, and cars. The protection pretense of SIM cards is based on the...
Topics: OHM2013, Karsten Nohl, SIM card, exploitation, security
The talk is about abusing and exploiting Firefox add-on Security model and explains how JavaScript functions, XPCOM and XPConnect interfaces, technologies like CORS and WebSocket, Session storing and full privilege execution can be abused by a hacker for malicious purposes. The widely popular browser add-ons can be targeted by hackers to implement new malicious attack vectors resulting in confidential data theft and full system compromise. This paper is supported by proof of concept add-ons...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Ajin Abraham, Firefox, Javascript, security, XPCOM, Mozilla Foundation, add-on,...
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Every month for eight years a warez compilation disc was released under the name Twilight. Selling over 60.000 each month, not getting caught and transforming from piece of art to shrinkwrap. From the mid-ninenties to the early 2000's a warez compilation cd was released under the name Twilight. It featured the latest and greatest in games and applications and was sold for 25 Dutch guilders via friends and collegues. With a total of 89 volumes and absolute secrecy, it's a challenge to find how...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Elger Jonker, Twilight, warez
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by mc.fly, Guus Sliepen
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, vpn
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A presentation of how KPN sees the infosec landscape of threats and risks and how we prepared a strategy to address it. We will present our approach to information security and ourselves. Our team will explain what we do every day to help make stuff more secure, and that its an ongoing activity. Event Schedule page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/218.html
Topics: OHM2013, Jaya Baloo, KPN, security
GNURadio as a signal processing prototyping tool for becoming familiar with analog and digital communication methods. We demonstrate the use of this software environment for implementing new digial communication mode decoding algorithms, qualifying low frequency circuits by using the audio card as a network analyzer, all the way to developing a FMCW RADAR. Radiofrequency communication has become ubiquoutous in the daily life of most of the western and south east asian population. Nevertheless,...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, jmfriedt, Jean-Michel Friedt, ACARS, DVB, radio, FMCW RADAR, GNURadio, WTH, WTH2005,...
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Kimiko Ishizaka plays Bach and Chopin: A celebration of makers, and free culture. Join Kimiko Ishizaka, the pianist who recorded the Open Goldberg Variations, for a journey into the musical worlds of two of the greatest musical geniuses. J.S. Bach and Frederic Chopin were two of the greatest music hackers and makers of all time. Their works are timeless and continue to thrill audiences and performers centuries after their work was finished. Had either of them had the chance to attend OHM 2013,...
Topics: OHM2013, Bach, Chopin, Kimiko Ishizaka, Piano
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In this talk, we take a look at one of the more obscure parts of an hard disk: the HD controller. In any cheapo disk, it should do nothing more than channel bits between the SATA-port and the heads on the platter, but what does it actually consist of? And can we make it do some more interesting things? From an OS view, a hard disk is a very simplistic device: any block you write to it, you can read back later in it's exact same form. You'd almost think a hard disk doesn't do much more than dump...
Topics: OHM2013, Sprite_tm, Jeroen, hard disk, controllers, hack, porting, linux
Nothing's wrong with Telecom Security? No, not according to vendors, not according to some operators. Why? Because most of them benefit from the relative absence of awareness of its actual lack of security. SS7 is totally unauthenticated. Even Diameter, which is recent, doesn't show much in term of message authentication. Supporting systems are unpatched and using default. Telecom applications are developed without security in mind. Telecom protocol stacks are largely untested, or just at the...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, HLR, SS7, HSS, MME, MSC, ATCA, IPsec, GSMA, GSM, 3GPP, LTE
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Forensic Hardware Hacking History - Behind the scenes of the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI). Historical overview of hardware methods and tools for digital forensics. Real case examples included. Topics covered include: - How to fool a DES FPGA hacker in the nineteenth century - Brute force robotics - ZERT-box – user friendly cracking of PDA passwords - Reloading phone cards with fault injection - IKEA bomb threat with mobile phones - MTK – Forensic Flash Imaging - Bank robbery attempt...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Ronald van der Knijff, forensic, hardware, hacking, FPGA, DES, EMV, smartcard,...
BIOS swap on server PC. Memory acquisition using firewire, reboot or userspace tools is standard. What if your intel motherboard BIOS wipes ECC memory and live plugging PCIe fails? The presentation describes an alternative way to initialise RAM using methods from the coreboot project. After initialisation the RAM can be dumped compressed over serial and a LPC-USB device. Event program page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/157.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Ruud Schramp, BIOS, RAM, RAM Acquisition, hacking, security, ECC
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How is Wikileaks dealing with the assault against it and what new leaks it is making available to the world. Wikileaks founder Jullian Assange will be speaking over video link from the Equadorian Embassy in London. Presenter: Julian Assange https://program.ohm2013.org/event/324.html Day 1 Start time 22:00 Duration 1:00 Location T1: Orwell Hall Type Lecture Track Observe
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Topics: OHM2013, wikileaks, julian assange
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We will give a very quick overview of progress in developing the global social web using linked data, WebID authentication and Web Access Control. Event program page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/98.html
Topics: OHM2013, Henry Story, bblfish, social web, secure, security, WebID authentication, WebID, Web...
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KPN and others are violating the Dutch Netneutrality laws. Learn how we found out and how you can help too! The Internet Society Netherlands has a working group looking at the transparency of the Internet. In this group we already looked critically at the PirateBay website blockade, and we have created an app to test the openness of your Internet connection. In this talk I describe how we further confirmed results from the app. The code is online and you can test this for yourself now too! See...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Jeroen van der Ham, mobile, network neutrality, neutrality, testing, Internet...
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Full text of poem below original description of event: ======================================== At OHM2013, Spoken is a spoken-word tribute to: Observing, Hacking, Making. I would be honored to perform and share unique spoken-word poems in the hopes of inspiring others to do the same. Spoken can be labelled as an art performance, but it is a co-created art performance that can be joined by any who attend and wish to express how they Observe, Hack, Make, via the medium of poetry. I'm inspired to...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Sara Sibai, spoken poetry, poetry, art performance
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by mc.fly
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This is an audio recording of a talk or event held at OHM2013, in the NoisySquare area. More information about the event can be found at http://ohm2013.org/ and https://noisysquare.com/. This recording is licensed under a WTFPL or CC0 license, whichever you prefer.
Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, infrastructure
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by Juha
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, tor
Hacker and maker communities are increasingly interested in food, food politics and food security. From open source kitchen hardware, to recipe databases there are many natural crossovers. However, food is not code. This talk will present a few projects that are attempts at hacking the food system beyond the screen and outside of the home kitchen. We will have copies of our new journal 'FoodPhreaking" on hand. Hacker and maker communities are increasingly interested in food, food politics...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, The Center for Genomic Gastronomy, foodphreaking, hacking, food, gastronomy
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A hacker's insight into the new MINDSTORMS EV3 platform. Being part of the LEGO MINDSTORMS Expert Panel (LMEP) has allowed me to have access to the new upcoming LEGO robotics platform, the EV3, for quite some time now. During that time I've tinkered, cursed and played. My talk will be about my findings, tribulations and moments of joy, such as the sweet sound of a running motor or a blinking LED, as I made my way through the VM source code. My talk will be informal and as interactive as we can...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, LEGO, MINDSTORMS, LMEP, LEGO MINDSTORMS Expert Panel, robotics, EV3, hacking, Xander...
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A brief introduction to EMV, the protocol spoken between smart card based credit cards and terminals. A mixture of plastic and RF, bits, bytes and anecdotes, based around a single payment transaction performed live on stage. My talk will be an introduction helping beginners to start playing around with (chip based & contactless) credit cards and provide some deeper insight for people with knowledge of chip card but little knowledge of EMV. While the technology is fairly accessible, there's...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, EMV, Tim Becker, Chip&PIN, visa, mastercard, 29C3
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Code Club is a global network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. Learn what it's all about, how to start one, and why all children should be given the chance to learn to code. Code Club started just over a year ago in a pub when I met with my friend Clare to plan a hackday but ended up ranting about how the ICT curriculum in the UK sucks. I'd like to tell you how we got from "someone should do something about this" to running over 900 weekly clubs in...
Topics: OHM2013, CodeClub, Linda Sandvik
This short talk describes an undocumented feature of a certain web storage provider that allows some operations typical users of the service would probably not expect. We will explain how the feature was discovered, how it was exploited and what kind of data we have been able to retrieve.
Topics: OHM2013, krunch, datamining, data mining, cloud, talk
The progress of free telephony is hindered by IPv4 and, specifically, NAT traversal issues. SIP over IPv6 on the other hand, is a triviality. This lecture details how to roll out SIP over IPv6 in today's world, including the tools necessary for doing so. As long as SIP depends on IPv4, it depends on NAT traversal techniques. That includes a dependency on an external RTP proxy and thus, for most users, on a telecom operator. As long as we run SIP over IPv4 it will never be free. SIP over IPv6...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Rick van Rein, IPv6, SIP, telephony, IPv4, NAT, RTP, proxy, telecom, OpenFortress,...
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Presentation of the open source access system that ist used on the muCCC location. Give an Overview of munich chapter access control, schemtic of the universal Lock controller, that can control a wide variation of door locks. Information about the Lockbus protocol, one mastercontroller handle the commands of SSH host for user access. Software structure Know issues Program event page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/58.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, RFguy, open source, access control, hackerspace, muCCC
How to rule the Internet (together with everybody else) Internet Governance and Hackers: what do they have in common What I want to achieve with my lecture is: * to enrich & diversify existing Internet Governance communities with young generation and "new blood" * to empower hackers, activists and free-software communities in influencing decisions in Internet Governance * to increase understanding and cooperation between these communities... ... and finally: to improve the...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Vesna Manojlovic, BECHA, Internet governance, hackers, internet, networking
Hacking client side protection systems (sandboxes, internet security suites, financial endpoint protection systems) with malicious browser extensions. In 2012 I have created and published proof-of-concept malicious browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome and Safari. With these, one can steal cookies, passwords, spy on webcam, use the browser as a proxy, change financial transactions in the background, steal files, and many more malicious things. In this presentation I will investigate the...
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Topics: OHM2013, talk, sandbox, security, browser extention, firefox, chrome, safari, Zoltan Balazs
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A birds eye view of the diagrammatic representation of Rayleigh-Schrödinger Perturbation Theory(RSPT), a general formula for generating perturbed calculations. plus a a brief, mostly inaccurate introduction to programing for quantum computers. Quantum computation requires a different type of calculation unlike current modern day stochastic analysis. Rayleigh-Schrödinger Perturbation Theory is a good place to start thinking about where this new computation could lead us. Program event page:...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Karnei Gozman, quantum perturbation, RSPT, Rayleigh-Schrödinger Perturbation...
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VoIP phones are deployed in a large number of companies. It has already been showed how to use a phone as a spying device (Hacking Cisco Phones [29C3] by Cui and Costello). In this presentation we will focus on other brands of VoIP phones and show how to use reverse engineering in order to be able to log in some phone RTOS and generate rogue updates for permanent "modifications" as well as understanding the phone internals in order to use it as a remote spying device. This...
Topics: OHM2013, mourn, edcv, VOIP, voice over internet protocol, voice over IP, broadcom, vxWorks, RTOS,...
During this research I have analyzed the newest file system of VMware on bitlevel which is called Virtual Machine File System version 5 (VMFS-5). The purpose of this research concerned a review of the structure of VMFS. During this research I have analyzed the newest file system of VMware on bitlevel which is called Virtual Machine File System version 5 (VMFS-5). The purpose of this research concerned a review of the structure of VMFS. This structure can be used for other purposes like data...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Soheil Eskandari Bavani, VMWare, VMFS, Virtual Machine File System, reverse...
Within 10 years, the villages and slums of the world are going to join the internet, unleashing revolutions in education, connectivity, and potentially politics. In this talk we will discuss engineering out way out of a global crisis that few are even willing to full acknowledge: we are slaughtering the poor and killing the ecosystem we evolved in at an ever-increasing rate, while our governance structures regulate the only structure humanity has built which might scale to provide a solution....
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Vinay Gupta, networking, network design
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Networks are part of our daily life. A lot of information transit through them but few really know what is actually transmitted and what information can be extracted. This talk will present pom-ng, a network forensic tool that performs real time analysis. The talk will focus on describing the coding challenges faced with such tool, architecture and what can be done with it. The talk will be split in 3 parts. The first part will describe the way packets are processed and the different outputs...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Guy Martin, lua, pom-ng, real time, network forensics, forensics, IP,...
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by Griffin Boyce
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Everything you've ever wanted to know about document forensics, but were afraid to ask. Mostly because of that whole "watch list" thing. This is an audio recording of a talk or event held at OHM2013, in the NoisySquare area. More information about the event can be found at http://ohm2013.org/ and https://noisysquare.com/. This recording is licensed under a WTFPL or CC0 license, whichever you prefer.
Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, forensics
A View about mechanical/electronic Masterkey Systems that use at your home, in comercial installations and even critical public infrastructure. Analyse of possible attaks and masterkey generation. Take a view to the technical Background of mechanic and electronic Masterkey Systems. A detailed view different Variants of mechanical construction of these systems, advance and disadvance. Generation of the Masterkey without knowing it's mechanical data, defeats the security of obscurity, what is the...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, security, masterkey, RFguy
A crypto-memorial in honour of cypherpunk Hugh Daniel , who died June 3rd, 2013 On June 3rd, cypherpunk Hugh Daniel unexpectedly died. Those who met him, know him. Principled to the core, and very present in any room, he compelled people to listen to him - both by what he said, and how loud he said it. He was one of the cypherpunks involved with getting PGP exported to the free world by turning the software into a book, exporting it, and OCRing it at Hacking In Progress ("HIP 97"),...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, John Gilmore, Paul Wouters, Hugh Daniel, crypto, cryptography, memorial, lecture,...
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Drugs are bad for you so that's why they are banned in society and so we're stuck with a 'war on drugs'. But are drugs actually 'bad' for you? How do different illegal drugs compare to alcohol, cigarettes and coffee? Let's see what science has to say. The aim of the Beckley Foundation scientific programme is to increase our understanding of the functioning of the brain and consciousness. Our pioneering research is conducted in conjunction with leading scientific institutions around the globe,...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Amanda Fielding, beckley foundation, Imperial College London, John Hopkins...
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The Abuse Information Exchange is a project to help abuse desks of ISPs gathering the information about zombies and contaminated machines inside the networks(AS numbers) they are responsible for. The exchange will gather the information, correlates and splits it up by AS number and provide it in a generic, human and machine readable format This project is done by the 7 big access ISPs in NL. It is currently running in a pilot phase, with the information provided by Shadowserver. When it is...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Phons Bloemen, lightning talk, abuse information, Abuse Information Exchange,...
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How the ideas behind open source collaboration can influence the way classical musicians work together and share music. In 2012 pianist Kimiko Ishizaka and software company Musescore collaborated to create new public domain versions of the Goldberg Variations by Bach. Both a new recording and a new score were created, and the funding for the project came from Kickstarter.com. Along the way, Ishizaka became a focal point for the #copyleft fight in Germany, and her music went on to create even...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Bach, open source, Kimiko Ishizaka, Musescore, Goldberg Variations, copyleft
Talk aimed at the current state of EU cookie/privacy laws and how to utilize open source software to comply with that. As a lot of things on the web, techniques that were once invented with a pretty clear scope (or seemingly so) usually don't take long to find multiple use cases. In case of cookies, the nicest form of this is persisting session states between HTTP requests, the nastier form is the mechanism with which a lot of sites knowingly hand over visitor-logging to third parties (with...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, piwik, cookies, Hans de Raad, drupal
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Open Aviation Map is a project that aims to create a free aviation map infrastructure for Europe, similar to Open Street Maps, but for aviation. Homepage: http://www.openaviationmap.org/ Program page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/27.html
Topics: OHM2013, aviation, talk, Akos Maroy, map, mapping
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USE OTR is an organisation that works on security, encryption and usability of open source instant messengers (IM). Our goal is simple: improving security, usability and encryption of existing IM software. This talk will outline our organisation and the "Off The Record Messaging" software ecosystem and what's coming up for the future. We are an organisation that works on security, encryption and usability of open source instant messengers (IM). Our goal is simple: improving security,...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Jurre Van Bergen, David Goulet, OTR, Off the record, messaging, IM, instant...
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Trezor is a hardware wallet for Bitcoin . We've identified the main problems of mass adoption of Bitcoin and we try to solve them with this small device. Program schedule page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/42.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, stick, bitcoin, trezor, hardware
Ray McGovern's opening talk on various intelligence skeletons since the Vietnam war and how they relate to our current problems. Related video links: Ray 0wns Donald Rumsfelt on the Iraq War: http://youtu.be/v1FTmuhynaw Ray interviewed on Democracy Now after being beater up by security goons for a silent protest: http://www.democracynow.org/2011/2/18/ex_cia_analyst_ray_mcgovern_beaten Powell and Rice assure everyone Iraq is NO THREAT pre-9/11 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1X-I-38lrU (CNN)...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Ray McGovern, Vietnam, Vietnam war, integrity, intelligence
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In several European countries proposals for vast expansion of the powers of law enforcement in the digital realm are floating about. The most concrete is a Dutch proposed law that among other things gives law enforcement the authority to break into remote computers. The panel focuses on the pros and cons of such powers. Event program page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/335.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Herbert Bos, Rejo Zenger, Merel Koning, hacking, law enforcement
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"Hart voor internetvrijheid" is a foundation setup to help in circumventing censorship online. Our primary goal is to run a bunch of Tor nodes. We are a partner at; https://www.torservers.net/partners.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, lightning talk, Merlijn Wajer, Hart voor internetvrijheid, TOR, The Onion Router,...
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The pursuit of happiness is an age-old meme that desperately requires an update to meet the needs of the networked nerd. Here's how and why. To paraphrase Eric S. Raymond , every (Open Data) project starts with an itch you have to scratch. My "itch" had already been the topic of mental health in hacker and activist communities for quite some time - but with the death of Aaron Swartz in Jan.2013, the need to scratch became unbearable. As more and more parts of everyday life move...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, esr, OKCupid, happiness, metadata, Anwen, open data, Aaron Swartz, psychology, big...
The talk will cover different aspects of the autonomous flight of rotary winged aerial vehicles. We'll discuss the nonlinear model of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), controller design, as well as hardware requirements, implementation of the control algorithm and gps-aided inertial navigation system. The topic will be divided into two parts. The first one will focus on a broader audience covering mainly the aspects of hardware design and navigational system with a small outlook towards...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, UAV, Unmanned aerial vehicle, controller design, design, gps, hardware design,...
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Former employees of three-letter-agencies-that-are-out-to-get-you talk about where we are in the world and what we can do to fix it. Presenters/Participants: Annie Machon, Ray McGovern, Coleen Rowley, Thomas Drake, Nick Farr, Jesselyn Radack Day 3 Start time 18:00 Duration 1:00 Location T2: Turing Hall Type Lecture Track Observe
Topics: ohm2013, Annie Machon, Ray McGovern, Coleen Rowley, Thomas Drake, Nick Farr, Jesselyn Radack, NSA,...
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Awesome Retro is an organization that has it's roots in the hacker scene. Their mission is to make retrogaming possible for everyone. In this short talk the speaker showcases previous highlights and looks at what's going to happen in the near future. Presenter: Elger Jonker aka Stitch https://program.ohm2013.org/event/318.html Day 4 Start time 15:05 Duration 0:05 Location None Type Lightning_talk
Topics: OHM2013, Elger Jonker, retro gaming, awesome retro
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Considerations on how to build a solar powered autonomous router, from planning phase to the final project. In this talk I'll go through the considerations on how to plan and build a solar powered autonomous router. This includes calculations on the solar panel size, which components the setup needs, how the system can do self-monitoring and what you can possibly do with such a system. This talk is also suitable to learn the basics for stand-alone photo-voltaic systems; you don't necessarily...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, solar, solar power, router, autonomous, routing, SolarWind, Felicitus
This is an audio recording of a talk or event held at OHM2013, in the NoisySquare area. More information about the event can be found at http://ohm2013.org/ and https://noisysquare.com/. This recording is licensed under a WTFPL or CC0 license, whichever you prefer.
Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, journalism, storymaker, phones
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Present the initiative of the Associated Whistle-Blowing Press, AWP, a decentralized network of whistle-blowing platforms and international newswire focused on denouncing human-rights violations. About the AWP The Associated Whistle-Blowing Press (AWP) is a not-for-profit information agency to be based in Iceland, dedicated to bringing forth and analyzing leaked information coming from different sources around the world. It aims to have a network of prominent journalists, researchers, lawyers,...
Topics: OHM2013, lightening talk, associated whistle-blowing press, whistleblowing, press, Pedro Noel
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A welcome to all visitors, a short overview of the 4 years since HAR2009, a brief glimpse ahead at the forthcoming 4 years and possibly a surprise announcement. https://program.ohm2013.org/event/7.html
Topics: OHM2013, gmc
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We'll introduce Digital Whistleblowing, how it's effectively used and adapted to different context: Investigative Journalism, Activism, Corporations and Governments. The new GlobaLeaks 0.2 software will be presented with a show case of design, security principle and tips on how to use it or hack it. Digital Whistleblowing with represent the next frontier for hackers, investigative journalists and the society at large to spot unethical practices of humans. There was many different initiatives...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, GlobaLeaks, digital whistleblowing, whistleblowing, investigative journalism,...
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, ethics
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by Pieter Rogaar
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OHM 2013 Presentations
by Ciaby
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Introduction to ColoClue and why you want to become a member. http://coloclue.net/ https://program.ohm2013.org/event/386.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, lightning talk, ColoClue, quux
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Closing words https://program.ohm2013.org/event/360.html
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This lecture will give an overview of the developments around responsible disclosure in the Netherlands. The lecture will feature a brief history, legal and practical motivations and feedback from both companies and hackers.
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Floor Terra, floort, responsible disclosure, disclosure
Web applications like Drupal offer a nice range of intrusion points for persons with malicious intents. This talk offers some insights in the various layers the application platform consists of and how to harden them. When developing and deploying web applications, the final result is a collection of software all carefully combined to offer a coherent platform. This platform however consists of several loosely coupled items which can, on various levels, offer possibilities of manipulating the...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, hcderaad, Hans de Raad, drupal, security audit, security, mod_security, audit
OHM 2013 Presentations
by BECHA
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, RIPE
OHM 2013 Presentations
by Mitch, Jillian C. York, groente, Vinay Gupta, Arno Reuser, Walter
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Bits of Freedom got relaunched at HAR2009. Now that four years have passed we would like to provide you with a summary of what we did in the meantime, but also what we are working on right now. Program event page: https://program.ohm2013.org/event/89.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, freedom, Ot van Dalen, HAR, HAR2009, Hacking at Random
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The tide of his­tory is with us — more and more coun­tries are speak­ing out about the fail­ure of pro­hib­i­tion. LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) sup­ports and con­trib­utes to this discussion. LEAP has rep­res­ent­at­ives across the world with a wide range of pro­fes­sional expert­ise: police officers, drug czars, judges, prison gov­ernors, law­yers, drug enforce­ment officers, and even the occa­sional former spook.… Our var­ied exper­i­ences on the...
Topics: OHM2013, talk, Annie Machon, war on drugs, narcotics, LEAP, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition,...
In my current project I gather and visualize data from the spaceAPI. I will tell people about my project and what is cool about spaceAPI. Because we have no official opening hours at our hackerspace I wanted to gather statistics to see when the door is open. Then I extendet the software to work for all spaces in the directory of spaceAPI.net - you can see the result at http://spacestatus.bastinat0r.de Presenter: bastinat0r https://program.ohm2013.org/event/432.html
Topics: OHM2013, talk, lightning talk, bastinat0r, spaceapi, space, hackerspace, Netz39
OHM 2013 Presentations
by Pedro Noel
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, whistleblowing, awp
OHM 2013 Presentations
by Jurre van Bergen, Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights, Dr Suelette Dreyfus, Thomas Drake, Pedro Noel, Jesselyn Radack, Smári McCarthy
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, whistleblowing
OHM 2013 Presentations
by Postpoet: Ponte & Den Tex
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, poetry
OHM 2013 Presentations
by Blom, Niels ten Oever, Seda Gürses
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, activism
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Firefox OS is a new mobile operating system developed by Mozilla. It is built on web technology and is following the same principals which have made the web a success: open, hackable, universal. This talk will explain how Firefox OS functions both at low and high level, how you can hack on it and how you can write applications for it. Firefox OS is built entirely on web technologies using Open Source Software. Everything the user sees and interacts with is rendered using standard HTML and CSS....
Topics: OHM2013, talk, FirefoxOS, Firefox OS, mozilla, Stefan Arentz
OHM 2013 Presentations
by c4p0 - [lorea faerie]
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, lorea, phones
OHM 2013 Presentations
by Dr. Paul Gardner-Stephen
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by Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights
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Topics: ohm2013, noisysquare, whistleblowing, globaleaks